26th Judicial District SelfServe Center

This SelfServe center is a public service to all community members. Your opposing party may also use this center. This website contains forms and instructions in the following areas:
  1. Child Support, Visitation, and/or Child Custody
  2. Violation of a Court Order for Child Support, Visitation, and/or Child Custody
  3. Modification of Child Support, Visitation, and/or Child Custody
  4. To bring a Motion For Visitation before the court in a Child Support case
  5. Domestic Violence
  6. Limited Driving Privileges
  7. Small Claims

Other SelfServe Offerings

mecklenburg self serveWe also offer lawyer referral information; education about forms and instructions via legal clinics; a list of community resources; a legal glossary to help understand court terminology and information about Judicial District Family Courts.


The SelfServe Center cannot act as your lawyer or provide legal advice!
The forms, services, and materials provided in the SelfServe Center and this website are for you to legally represent yourself. The personnel in the SelfServe Center, and the personnel associated with this website, cannot tell you what your legal rights or remedies are, represent you in court, prepare your documents, or tell you what to say in court or how to properly complete the forms.

If you have any questions about the information provided, how to proceed with your case or legal rights, you are strongly urged to seek the advice of an attorney. If you do not know an attorney, you can contact the Mecklenburg County Bar Lawyer Referral Service at 704-375-0120 or the North Carolina Lawyer Referral Service at 1 (800) 662-7407. If you cannot afford an attorney, you may be eligible for representation from Legal Services of Southern Piedmont or Legal Aid of North Carolina.
English: 704-376-1600 Spanish: (800) 247-1931

NOTE: What you tell us is not confidential. Nothing you say, write, or receive from the SelfServe Center staff is confidential. Please DO NOT discuss the specifics of your case as it may be subject to disclosure at a later time. The staff cannot guarantee who may overhear your discussions, or have access to your information.